Caño Cristales (Colombia)

10 Most Psychedelic Looking Places That Actually Exist

Caño Cristales (Colombia) The river appears in many hues–including yellow, green, blue, black, and especially red–which are caused by the Macarenia clavigera (Podostemaceae) at the bottom of the river.

Abandoned Mines Beneath Yekaterinburg (Russia)

10 Most Psychedelic Looking Places That Actually Exist

Abandoned Mines Beneath Yekaterinburg (Russia) No, you're not tripping – these psychedelic salt caves actually exist. These photos were taken deep underground in the abandoned mines beneath Yekaterinburg, Russia. Layers of carnallite

Tulip Fields in Lisse (The Netherlands)

10 Most Psychedelic Looking Places That Actually Exist

Kamchatka Ice Caves (Russia)

10 Most Psychedelic Looking Places That Actually Exist

This surreal-looking ice cave is located on the Kamchatka Peninsula of Russia. The almost kilometer long tunnel was formed by a hot water spring flowing beneath the glacial ice fields on the flanks of the nearby Mutnovsky volcano.

Fly Geyser in the Black Rock Desert, Nevada (US)

10 Most Psychedelic Looking Places That Actually Exist

Located on a gated parcel of private property within the million-acre Black Rock Desert, Fly Geyser is not a natural phenomenon. It was created accidentally in 1964 from a geothermal test well inadequately capped.

Danxia Landform Geological Park (China)

10 Most Psychedelic Looking Places That Actually Exist

Lake Hillier (Australia)

10 Most Psychedelic Looking Places That Actually Exist

Lake Hillier of Australia's Recherche Archipelago looks like a swath of solid bubble-gum pink. Upon closer inspection, the color takes on a more watery, translucent quality, but remains unmistakably pink.

“Door to Hell” in Derweze (Turkmenistan)

10 Most Psychedelic Looking Places That Actually Exist

The Door to Hell is a natural gas field in Derweze, Turkmenistan, which is noted for its natural gas fire which has been burning continuously since 1971

Hills of Devecser (Hungary)

10 Most Psychedelic Looking Places That Actually Exist

Aftermath of a massive toxic aluminum spill in Hungary. Aftermath of a massive toxic aluminum spill in Hungary.

Dead Vlei in Namib-Naukluft Park (Namibia)

10 Most Psychedelic Looking Places That Actually Exist

Camel Thorn Trees, Photograph by Frans Lanting, National Geographic. Tinted orange by the morning sun, a soaring dune is the backdrop for the hulks of camel thorn trees in Namib-Naukluft Park.


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